reeman, who also took the opportunity to visit a number of casino operators during his stay, received a guided tour of the MGEMA offices before being presented with a commemorative plaque by Chairman Jay Chun.
Commenting on the visit Chun said: "It was a great honour to host Mr. Freeman and the AGA at our offices in Macau. He was very interested to learn more about the work of the MGEMA representing companies which are involved in the development of and manufacturing of gaming equipment in Macau and raising the international reputation of Macau gaming equipment manufacturers.”
"I believe that it is very important that our two associations, which represent the biggest regulated casino markets in the world, have an open and progressive dialogue on matters of mutual concern and interest. I look forward to building further on our positive relationship."